Alicia Moore went missing in November of 2012 after getting off a school bus near her home in Greenville.
Three felony indictments unsealed today name three CPS caseworkers connected to that initial investigation. Laura Ard, Natalie Ausbie Reynolds, and Rebekah Ross were arrested and charged with tampering with evidence.
They are supposed to protect children when no one else can, but now a CPS supervisor, along with a retired case worker and another woman are under arrest. The charges may be connected to a murder investigation.
The Hunt County Sheriff’s Department confirms that three people were arrested today in connection with the case of a murdered teenager.
Michael Moore was arrested on Tuesday in connection with the killing of his niece, 16-year old Alicia Moore of Greenville. Now, he is adamantly denying his involvement in the murder.
When 16-year-old Alicia Moore’s body was found stuffed in a wicker trunk six months ago and dumped in Van Zandt County, detectives asked some family members to provide DNA samples for testing.
Relatives of a Greenville teenager found murdered before Thanksgiving last year, say they’re stunned the girl’s uncle has been arrested for her murder.
After a six-month investigation, there has been an arrest in the death of Greenville teenager Alicia Moore. Sources said that DNA test results led authorities to Grand Prairie and the home of one of the girl’s uncles.
The family of a girl tragically killed more than three months ago held a birthday party like no other in Greenville Saturday.
Police in Greenville are renewing their efforts to solve the murder of a teenage girl. 16-year-old Alicia Moore disappeared in November after getting off a school bus. Her body was later found in a trunk, dumped along a highway in Van Zandt county.
Officers with the FBI and Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office will be aiding the Greenville Police Department in a neighborhood canvas of the area where Alicia Moore disappeared two weeks ago.
Police have released new photos in the case of Alicia Moore, hoping someone will identify a possible witness in the case.